Photo #2 - Tank With An Open Bottom Column. The Shrimps Can ...

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Country: Switzerland
Description: fish tank with an open bottom column, tank size: 15.7'' x 15.7'' x 23.6'', column diameter: 7.8'', column length: 53'' (6'' below the water level, 47'' above the water level), external filter, half of the return flow goes into the tank and half into the column, light: energy saving lamps, daylight, full spectrum
Advice: patience
Fish Kept: Neocaridina heteropoda var. Red
Corals/Plants: Vallisneria gigantea americana, Ambulia sessiliflora, Eleocharis parvulus, Cryptocoryne x willisii, Cryptocoryne parva, Hemianthus callitrichoides, Versicularia montagnei, Versicularia dubyana, Cladophora aegagrophila, Microsorum pteropus 'Windeloev', Didiplis diandra, Ceratophyllum demersum
Tank Size: 36 gallons

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I was goin to comment on how it's not too good an environment for fish, but then i saw it's a cherry shrimp tank. Heaven for them, i'm sure. Beautiful, and a neat concept. fish avatar

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